Where should it be located? Should we have a database? Who will check if my
submissions are correct?
I'd be happy to contribute and help out in any way possible.
S. Justin Gengo, MCP
Free code library at:
"Out of chaos comes order."
"John Saunders" <john.saunderssurfcontrol.com> wrote in message
news:OGIF4xcXDHA.736TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...we> The good news is that, in recent weeks, we seem to be getting a lot more
> questions from developers new to ASP.NET.
> The bad news is that, in recent weeks, we seem to be getting a lot more
> questions from developers new to ASP.NET. :-)
> There seem to be some basics which aren't being communicated to these new
> developers before they're being required to write ASP.NET code. Althoughit> can help them individually (and I've tried to do that recently), perhapsmore> would be better to help them collectively, with a FAQ?
> I'm especially concerned that there may be new developers we're losing
> because they _don't_ ask questions at all and just give up, and some we're
> going to lose because they're not going to ask questions until they're in
> way over their heads and have developed mistaken ideas about how ASP.NET
> I don't have enough "copious spare time" to write such a thing, though I'd
> be glad to contribute to a list of questions which should be answered in a
> FAQ. My question for today is, "Can I do <some client-side thing> from the
> server?", and the corollary, "Can I do <some server-side thing> from the
> client?". These are questions which should be answered by someone with> patience than I have. I'm too likely to answer, "usually not, because the
> client is not the server". A better answer might include discussion of
> stateless client-server programming. ;-)
> John Saunders
> Internet Engineer